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    Default Plant for bathroom

    I have cleaned the vanity in the bathroom from all of the clutter that collects dust.
    I am now wanting to put a nice plant (Hardy) (un killable) lol.....there instead give me some ideas....

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    Bamboo? It's pretty hard to kill and rarely needs water.

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    What about a little aloe vera plant? They are pretty and have pretty flowers. They are almost indestructible. And they are helpful too! DP loves them (he has like 15 of them in the garden).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    What about a little aloe vera plant? They are pretty and have pretty flowers. They are almost indestructible. And they are helpful too! DP loves them (he has like 15 of them in the garden).
    Does aloe vera not need sun? Might explain why mine is half dead...

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    I'm not sure sorry, I am not the green thumb lol. DP's are in the direct sun but he also had some in the shade and they all did wonderfully. He actually had about 30 or so until I told him we had too many so he downsized.

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    If you don't have much natural light you could try:
    Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra elatior)
    Philodendron 'Xanadu'
    Aglaonema 'Silver Queen'
    Peace Lily (Spathyphyllum Wallisii)

    If you have a little more natural light:
    Ponytail plant (Beaucarnea recuvata)
    Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena Marginata)


 

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